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Author: Ryan Mills, 15/10/19

Bromley Green cruise into Kent Cup Third Round with big win over Simla

Kent Sunday Premier Cup- Round Two

Luke Burdon starred for Premier Division leaders Bromley Green (pictured above) as they eased into the final regional qualifying round of the Kent Sunday Premier Cup with a 6-2 home victory against West Kent Sunday League side Simla. Burdon fired home five goals for the Green, including three inside the opening 15 minutes, as they progressed to the last-32 of the competition with what turned out to be a comfortable victory at the Waterside Ground. Burdon’s handful of goals takes the SCEFL player onto 17 for the season for Gary Gibbs’ side while Kieran Shrimpton weighed in to score his fifth of the season to complete the scoring to cancel out goals from Matt Crompton and Clayton Cooper for Simla.

Joining them in the third round are Division One side Cheriton AFC who enjoyed their trip to Ramsgate beating Thanet League side Camden Arms 4-2 away from home. Division One’s top goal scorer Ben Ashton helped Chris Jones’ side to victory grabbing two goals for the visitors adding to individual strikes from Jack Taylor and Ryan Hall to see them progress in the East Kent zone.

It wasn’t such a good day at the office though for Mersham Sports who were well beaten by a well organised Green Lane side going down 6-1 on the road. Ed Hall netted Mersham’s only goal against their Paddock Wood hosts as Green Lane proved too strong on the day with two goals each from Tommy Welch and Bayley Colbran and one apiece from Luke Leppard and Scott Moran.


Kent Sunday Junior Cup- Round Two

Hythe Royal British Legion emerged victorious after a dramatic penalty shootout win saw them get passed Pro Parts United in their Kent Junior Cup victory in Ramsgate. Jace Dempster scored for Hythe in normal time to cancel out Lewis Moore’s strike for United as the game ended 1-1 after 90 minutes and then again after extra time to set up the decisive spot kicks which the Royals triumphed winning 4-2.

Horsebox Bars are also through to round three after they returned from their trip to Tunbridge Wells 3-0 winners over Royal Oak. The Horseman made it a great day for Ashford Sunday League teams against their West Kent Sunday League counterparts as two goals from Ashley Boyd and one from the in-form Tony Norris saw Ali Mehmet’s side safely through to the next stage.

Stanley Dickson scored what turned out to be a consolation goal for Division Three side Folkestone United Reserves as they crashed out of the competition losing 7-1 at home to Monument PFC Reserves from the Herne Bay & Whitstable League. United reached this stage with an excellent 9-3 win against Chartham Sports in the previous round who play in the same division as Monument, but now turn their attention to the league following their premature county cup exit.


Kent Sunday Junior Trophy- Round Two

Jordan Horne and Mike Norris both scored twice as South Willesborough cruised into the third round of the Kent Sunday Junior Trophy with an excellent 5-0 home victory against Invicta Sunday at the Ridge. Man of the match Horne was outstanding for the Frog Islanders as he scored his fourth and fifth goals of the campaign to help the Division Two side navigate their way past their Maidstone League visitors. Norris’ double too proved crucial to the final result as their goal tally was completed courtesy of an own goal to put them in the hat for the final regional qualifying round draw on Friday.

Troggs are also through to the next round as they won on the road beating AFC Phoenix 5-2 away in Aylesford. Division Two player of the month nominee Sam Lopez was once again on top form as he scored twice for the Smarden side while striker Ben Allen doubled his goal tally for the season netting a brace to increase the visitors lead. Top goal scorer Alex Philpott added a fifth for Troggs to add the icing on the cake and they now go through to the last-32 of the competition.

Luke Goddard scored his seventh goal of the season to help Mersham Sports Reserves maintain their 100% winning start to the campaign and see them progress to the third round with a 2-1 home win over local league rivals Pilgrims Sunday at Flood Street. Goddard’s strike was accompanied by an Adam Bellman penalty as the villagers went through despite Nathan Cook’s spot kick for Pilgrims in reply, with Mersham skipper Adam Irwin instrumental at the back earning the man of the match award.

Ashford United Thirds’ county cup ambitions are over for at least another season after they suffered a cruel extra-time defeat at home to Maidstone International at Homelands Stadium. United’s Jordan Price scored late on in normal time to level the game up at 1-1 after Lloyd Standing had given International the lead, but the visitors netted right at the end of extra-time through Steve Whitehead to win the game and progress to the third round to earn their second victory this season over an Ashford Sunday League team having thrashed Biddenden 6-0 in the previous round.


Premier Division

Two first half goals from Louis Plumridge helped Brewmaster maintain their 100% winning league start as they beat Nailbox 2-0 at home. The Brews have now won four from four games this season in the league to move level on points with leaders Bromley Green at the top of the Premier Division league table and only denied top spot on goal difference. Man of the match Plumridge scored twice inside ten minutes midway through the first half with the only goals of the game to ensure John Ripley’s side keep up the pressure on the leaders with a game in-hand. Nailbox suffered a third defeat of the campaign and had goalkeeper Jake Carey to thank for a string of decent saves, having lost narrowly to Bromley Green, Kennington and now Brewmaster in their first season in the top division.

Stanhope & Beaver Rangers picked up their second victory of the season as they returned from their trip across town 6-2 winners against bottom of the table Lolzors. Top goal scorer Dan Cornell added another two goals to his account for the season for the Rangers while Anthony Finch, Alfie Brazil, Joe Burden and Liam Sheldon-Smith also netted for the visitors to send them up to fourth in the Premier Division league table. Lolzors replied with their goals coming from Farid White and Jack Teehan.


Division One

Sellindge SSC moved to the top of the Division One standings after they enjoyed a 4-1 home victory against bottom of the table Charing. Top goal scorer Billy Somerville netted twice for the Swans to move onto double figures for the season as Michael Heath’s side recorded a fourth successive league success to see them leapfrog rivals Horsebox Bars at the top of the table. Further goals from Tony Dunham and summer recruit Pete Sikora sealed the win and cancel out Krzysztof Stefankiewicz’s first goal of the season for Charing, who are without a point from their opening five games.

First half goals from Dion Orris and Max Sarigul saw Ashford Genclik take a well-earned three points back from their visit to previously unbeaten Aldington winning 2-0 at the Reynolds Ground. Orris opened the scoring for the visitors with a well taken effort from the edge of the penalty area leaving home goalkeeper Joe McQuillan no chance. Their lead was doubled soon after when Sarigul tapped home to make it 2-0 from Emin Yalcin’s through ball as Genclik took a two-goal lead into the interval. Aldington had chances to get back into the game, George Argar forcing Genclik goalkeeper Yasin Guven into a good save before Ben Hunt saw his thunderous free kick cannon back off the woodwork, but Genclik played out the game well to take all three points to move up to sixth in the table.


Division Two

AFC Guildhall blew an early two goal lead before being held by Biddenden for a high scoring 4-4 draw in Tenterden. The Reds moved a point further clear at the top of the Division Two table with the result and are now three points clear of second place Ashford Cavaliers although having played two games more. Nathan Sims scored a hat-trick for the visitors adding to Jay Critcher’s goal, but they were pegged back by an inspired performance from the ‘Den with top scorer George Large netting twice in addition to individual goals from Morgan Waite and Kieran Funnell.

Tom Wilkes scored another two goals as he helped Ashford Spartans to a 3-1 away win at Park Farm Rangers as Spartans picked up their third league victory of the season. Spartans jumped four places up to third in the table following their latest victory with Wilkes again on form to move onto five goals for the season following his summer move from Premier Division champions Kennington. Ben Deeble-Rogers added Spartans’ third before Joe Ogunbiyi pulled a goal back for Rangers.


Division Three

Singleton Barn continued their excellent start to the campaign and extended their winning sequence to move five points clear at the top of the Division Three standings with a 6-1 home win against Aldington Reserves. Once again Bradley Freund stole the show scoring three times and contributing further with two assists for the Barn as the former Lolzors forward broke the 20-goal barrier for the season after just 7 appearances. Freund’s hat trick as well as two goals from Lewis Newcombe and another from skipper Paul Halliday did the damage while Aldington replied courtesy of a Danny Valler strike and drop down to eighth in the table.

Oli Elford scored his first Sunday League goal to help a young Smeeth & Brabourne side to victory as they beat Charing Reserves 4-1 at home. Elford’s strike was accompanied by an own goal and one apiece from Will Stuttle and Tom Keaveney as Dennis Killeen’s youngsters picked up their second league win of the season to move up to sixth place in the table. Clae Marshall replied for Charing who continue their search for a first victory this term.

Bromley Green Reserves got over disappointment of being issued a one-point deduction in midweek for fielding an ineligible player with a comfortable 8-2 away victory at Kingsnorth Pilgrims. Sam Ades continued to his recent goal scoring form netting a hat trick for the Green while both Jordan Osbourn and Charlie Wallis weighed in scoring two each. Player-manager Sid Hone scored the eighth for the visitors to cancel out efforts from Tony Marsh and William Green for Kingsnorth.

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